sometimes but i ve met some fake people in my life. the one's that will smile in your face and talk about you behind your back.
Facial ex<x>pressions. Body Language.<br />
It's a fairly simple Science to learn. All it takes is a Mirror and several years and Human Behavior Books to learn all the Characteristics one can express for every emotion, ex<x>pression, pattern of thought anyone can express, either openly or even when they try to hide it. Body Language cannot be hidden. It's a Psychology field in the Discipline of Human Behavior. The University of Arkansas, in Little Rock has my best regards in this Field. <br />
Practice with your mirror:<br />
Talk to yourself.... Look into the Mirror and study your ex<x>pressions, over and over and over and over and over, till you begin to see the patterns. Then practice with others and ask them their feelings when you see their ex<x>pressions. Soon, you will see...... It's like Magic.<br />
Here's a hint; Someone who does not like you, will turn very slightly to the side when they are talking to you. They may also lift their chin slightly, as you talk. They will look away when you are talking. Their "Tone" of voice will be somewhat or pronounced condescending. Sometimes, their fists will be clinched. They may bite their teeth a lot, which can seen by the Jaw muscles flexing. The eye brows will descend. The ears will flex backwards. The eyelids will squint. <br />
All of these things will not happen at the same time, or in sequence. It also has much to do with the words you speak to them, that they don't like. You can test their dislike, by using "Purr words" and "Snarl words" to let them expose those characteristics as a test for you to verify their feelings. <br />
There is another way, which is quite overt, inexpensive, and not time consuming at all, no stress of Class room politics or fear of failure to graduate...... Ask them if they don't like you!!! <br />
If you are prone to suffering from the agony of Hyper Testosterone Syndrome, you may want to avoid this technique, depending on who is the larger, more developed person.
yes all the time ....I know it...
They usually just tell me...
Depends on the degree of dislike, but usually their body language gives them away...lack of eye contact, a stiffness, hardness in the way they hold themselves, rarely face me head on... of course people with specialized training can avoid these give aways.. it often shows in their voice as well...<br />
....and no, I don't usually care, but in business personal likes and dislikes and personality clashes can seriously interfere... I would not be the best person to attempt to negotiate in business with someone who disliked me on a personal level, so that knowledge is, in that case, valuable.
well I suspect it when they run from me, hang up on me --- seriously I can sometimes tell. I saw my nephew's wife roll her eyes at me pretty( big rol)l on our last holiday.
I don't really worry about people who don't like me. That's what's good about approaching 50. The friends you have, you treasure. The ones who don't like you are more than likely the ones you wouldn't want as a friend anyway.
I can tell because they are all standing over me, striking me repeatedly with sharp little sticks, as I lay helplessly in a fetid pool of my own blood and spit. Then they kick me forcefully in the throat and upper buttocks. After that, it's back to the sharp little sticks again.<br />
WTF, guys. Was it something I said?
Usually. I can tell by the way they act. Many times, they’ll become “cold” and look away when I walk by. Much different than the way a shy person acts around me (I can tell them too).
I really don't care if they like me or not. I know that I am loved deeply by the people that do matter in my life.
Nope. They don't have enough backbone to do it to my face. I only gets hints when they sneak around like snakes and conspire. Mmm....
Their eyes....doorway to the soul. They can act one way or another, but look into their eyes if you can. They will tell you.
sometimes, depends on how much they dont like me